Meet Our Team

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Stacy has been working with Watson Pet Hospital since May of 2001.  She started as our groomer and is now a veterinary assistant.  Stacy enjoys getting to know pets and owners. She loves happy endings when a pet comes in sick and leaves healthy with their owners. Stacy has two pit bulls named Amos and Logan and two cats named Hubert Cumberdale and Ignatius Reilly and coop full of chickens. She is our pit bull person.  In her spare time she enjoys reading and spending time with family and animals.




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Cassie joined the healthcare team at Watson Pet Hospital in June 2007 as a veterinary assistant. She married her husband, Kiran, in November 2018. They live in Baton Rouge with their 4 fur babies- Eleanor(dachshund), Becks (chihuahua/dachshund mix), Double Tap(cat), and Rupert(cat). Cassie enjoys traveling with her husband and their dogs. When asked her favorite part of the job, Cassie said - “What I love most about my job is the friendships I have built with clients. I feel blessed that people trust us with their pets and that we can form a bond with them over a shared love for their 4-legged baby. Over the years our clients have also been there for me during hard times when I have lost my own pets, and that’s so touching and moving to me.”




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Jeanne has been a part of our Watson Pet Hospital team since February 2018. Her favorite part about work is learning more about animal medicine.  Jeanne and her husband Gavin share their home with Sven the Corgi, Conan a mix breed, two 3-legged Bengal cats Captain Jax and Artemis, and Blossom a Domestic Long hair cat. On her off-time Jeanne enjoys coaching Crossfit at Slingin Iron and quilting with her mom. 







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Jennifer joined Watson Pet Hospital in November 2016. She has a daughter, a son, and a small hobby farm. Her farm consists of 6 dogs (Nova, Stella, Jack, Parker, Piper, and Paisley), 3 cats (Mowgli, Gizmo, and Ollie), 4 horses, 7 goats, a donkey, and several chickens. In her time off, Jennifer enjoys taking her children fishing, kayaking, and horseback riding. Jennifer's favorite part of her job helping a sick patient feel better and reuniting them with their family.


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  • "Love it here. My babies love the staff, and they treat my babies like the kids we see them as, and show genuine concern about their well-being.. So glad we found them. We couldn't be happier!!!"
    Christie Denham Springs, LA

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